My Views From The Bullpen

12 Dec

My views from the bullpen are all about baseball – the way it was, the way it is and the way I wish it was. No area of baseball is off limits to me from debating the worthiness of hall of Fame inductees, calling out the roid boys, what players choke way too much to be true money players, front office debacles, managerial mistakes or scouting snafus. There will be a lot of positive spin too – when people are getting it done the right way they deserve their props.

Not every opinion or piece of research presented here will be met with open arms – nor should it be. What it should do is provide some information you may have missed before or possibly just forgotten. Take you for a walk down memory lane whether that avenue be good or bad – talking to you ’86 Sox fans! We want to bring you some analysis that may change the way you look at players from days gone by and those stepping between the lines right now.

Whether you agree or disagree doesn’t matter. What matters is we think of things from a different angle and we then share those ideas here – that is what comments are for! Bring your views and a good set of reasons to back up what you pitch. Also, this blog will likely slant toward NY baseball, but beyond being a Yankee fan I am a baseball fan first and foremost. I actually do watch the DBacks, A’s Royals, and even Pirates now and then! If it’s between the lines and warm stale beer is in the cheapseats just behind the bullpen it is a game worth watching!

 

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